Elisa We cannot find any significant literary characters with the first name Elisa.
Elisa - a song by Slick Shoes
Elisa - a song by The Bee Gees
E Is for Elisa (Johanna Hurwitz) - "Crybaby, Crybaby!" That's what Russell calls Elisa whenever she gets upset, and she hates it. Elisa does get frustrated sometimes, like when she can't wear her favorite red shirt to school. But that doesn't mean she can't do other things, like trade her mittens for a tooth so that the tooth fairy will come sooner, or have a beach party in the middle of winter! Recommended for ages 6-8.
Elisa in the Middle (Johanna Hurwitz) - Elisa's always ready to play games with her older brother Russell. She even lets Russell decide which ones. And she tries to be helpful, too. But sometimes Elisa's helping out doesn't go exactly as planned-like when she helps Russell "ketchup" on his homework or gives his fish a bubble bath. Can she find a way to make it up to him? "Should delight kids who want to visit more with Russell's family." Says Booklist. Recommended for ages 6-8.
Elisa Michaels, Bigger & Better (Johanna Hurwitz) - Now that Elisa's in second grade, she's taking charge of whatever comes her way -- from a baby-sitter who doesn't know how to change a diaper to an airplane trip without her parents. Of course, it's not easy taking charge when your big brother thinks you're too little and your little brother runs amok! But Elisa is determined to make everything work out in the end. And what better way to celebrate being seven and a half than a day of eating nothing but chocolate. Chocolate cookies, chocolate milk, chocolate bars…chocolate and more chocolate, from morning to night. Recommended for ages 6-8.
Elisa the Monster Hunter: The Search for Sasquatch (David Herstad) - Elisa Carlson was bitten by the Bigfoot bug at a young age. Reading all she could on the topic she decides to join the search for the ever elusive beast. After her 12th birthday the chance arises for her to begin. Her brother Max joins her in the Pacific Northwoods searching an area in Oregon where a local deputy has spotted the creature. The adventure begins along the Columbia River where the pair make new friends. During their search the group of young teens experience the highs and lows of searching the dense forest for a creature that may or may not exist. Suffering through falls, aches, pains and funtimes will Elisa find the mysterious Bigfoot? Kindle edition. Recommended for ages 10-14.
Ever-Clever Elisa (Johanna Hurwitz) - Finally...first grade! Elisa is finally in a grade with a number -- just like her big brother, Russell. Elisa is old enough to take piano lessons, lose a tooth, or make a special Mother's Day breakfast. Sometimes Russell treats her like a baby, but Elisa is making big plans! Recommended for ages 6-8.
Summer with Elisa (Johanna Hurwitz) - Now that she's done with first grade, Elisa has lots of time to prove she can do anything her older brother, Russell, can do. With the family's big vacation coming up, Elisa finds plenty of ways to show Russell that just because he's older, doesn't mean he's better. But topping Russell is one thing. What will happen when it's up to Elisa to save the day for the whole family? Recommended for ages 6-8.
Famous People Named Elisa - Elisa Donovan (actress); Élisa Bonaparte (sister of Napoleon); Elisa Jimenez (fashion designer on Project Runway)
Famous People Who Named Their Daughter Elisa - Linda Dano (soap opera actress)
Elisa - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Elisa.